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Inside Llewyn Davis

HD   R Closed Captioning

Ethan Coen & Joel Coen

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About the Movie

An aspiring singer-songwriter navigates the 1960s folk-music scene in New York City's Greenwich Village.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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94%
  • Reviews Counted: 248
  • Fresh: 232
  • Rotten: 16
  • Average Rating: 8.5/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: The broad, black humor of the Coens' early features has ripened over the years into a sadder, more philosophical brand of comedy (A Serious Man) that puts them in a class with Billy Wilder and Ernst Lubitsch (yeah, you heard me). – J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader, Dec 23, 2013

Fresh: Celebrating and mourning a bygone moment, "Inside Llewyn Davis" is a tuneful wake intended to arouse us from our slumber to desires worth remembering. – Lisa Kennedy, Denver Post, Dec 20, 2013

Fresh: This is one of the strangest yet most satisfying movie experiences of the year, one of those films in which you can't really appreciate what you've seen until it's over. You just have to trust that the trip is worth the trouble. And it is. – Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic, Dec 24, 2013

Fresh: The Coen brothers have crafted another unique period piece. – Richard Roeper, Richard Roeper.com, Dec 20, 2013

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Customer Reviews

One word: awful

Even as the 99 cent movie, this movie is about $1 too much.

Great Film

This is a film with raw feelings. There is no joy in Llewyn Davis and that's ok. From the start you know the tone and you embrace it.

It's classic Coen brothers. If you've liked their previous films you'll love this.

Have you felt it?

Isaac is a rebel. When they sing - Please, Mr. Kennedy - it's the dark side of Adam Driver that sings 'uh oh.' Timberlake Awakens with Darth Driver and Red Isaac.